Nothing to do with books or reading, but I saw this over on Claire’s blog – Art and Soul – and thought it was a fun idea.

The rules: are simple! Put your music on shuffle and list the first 15 songs to play (no cheating) then tag 10 others to do it as well.

Now, I have several playlists on Amazon prime as I can’t fit all of the songs into one. This particular playlist has 463 songs. As you can see, it seems to quite like Celine Dion today!

1 – Have I Told You Lately – Russell Watson

2 – Misled – Celine Dion

3 – So Emotional – Whitney Houston

4 – Do You Want To Build A Snowman – Frozen soundtrack (Love it!)

5 – Always Be My Baby – Mariah Carey

6 – Into The Silence – Robbie Williams

7 – The Colour Of My Love – Celine Dion

8 – Hopelessly Devoted To You – Grease soundtrack

9 – Live For The One I Love – Celine Dion

10 – Pour Some Sugar On Me – Def Leppard

11 – Sing – Gary Barlow and the Commonwealth Band

12 – Hey Baby – Dirty Dancing soundtrack

13 – Let Me Be Your Soldier – Celine Dion

14 – Infinity – Mariah Carey

15 – Here Comes The Sun – Gary Barlow and the Commonwealth Band

I tag anyone who would like to join in!

You can see Claire’s list here: https://clairehuston.wordpress.com/2016/02/23/the-playlist-shuffle-tag/

 

 

 

 

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2 thoughts on “The Playlist Shuffle Tag

  1. I’m so glad you could do this tag! And thank you for the mentions 🙂
    I can’t believe I don’t have the Dirty Dancing soundtrack on my ancient MP4! My sister had the cassette and I think I still know all the words to all the songs! I’d love to see the stage show version one day 🙂

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